Raupenschlepper Ost - The Shadock`s website

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Raupenschlepper Ost - The Shadock`s website
Surviving Raupenschlepper Ost
Last update : 14 July 2016
Listed here are the RSO, RSG and Deutz 1500 Waldschlepper that still exist today
Sigve Amdal, December 2006
RSO 01 – Rogaland Krigshistoriske Museum, Stavanger (Norway)
Fahrgestellnumber 470.05 / 7964 built by Klöckner-Humbold-Deutz
Picture provided by the owner, July 2016
RSO 01 – Private Collection (Norway)
Fahrgestellnumber 470.02 / 01744, built by Auto-Union. Vehicle is under restoration
Picture provided by the owner, March 2015
RSO 01 – Private Collection (Norway)
Fahrgestellnumber not readable, built by Auto-Union. The vehicle is under restoration
Picture provided by the owner, March 2015
RSO 01 – Private Collection (Norway)
The vehicle is under restoration – Owner is looking for parts
Fahrgestellnumber 470.02 / 3125, built by Auto-Union
Picture provided by the owner, July 2016
RSO 01 – Private Collection (Norway)
Fahrgestellnumber 470.02 / 03810, built in 1943 by Auto-Union. Vehicle is under restoration
Anonymous, November 2013
RSO 01 – Private Collection (Sweden)
Paul and Lorén Hannah, 2007 - http://afvagabond.smugmug.com/
RSO 01 – Private Collection (Ireland)
This is a former vehicle of the Victory Museum that was sold in the December 2012 auction
Pierre-Oliver Buan, June 2014
RSO 01 – Rex & Rod Cadman Collection (UK)
Janyary 2015 - http://www.flickr.com
RSO 01 – Kevin Wheatcroft Collection (UK) – running condition
Fahrgestellnumber 470.02 / 2095, built by Auto-Union
The vehicle is on display at the Donnington Grand Prix Collection
http://www.milweb.net/webverts/65260/
RSO 01 – Private Collection (UK)
Fahrgestellnumber 470.02 / 2320, built by Auto-Union. The vehicle was for sale on Milweb in Nov.2012 and is now awaiting restoration
Martin Heyman, April 2016
RSO 01 – IWM Duxford (UK)
Fahrgestellnumber 470.02 / 03425, built by Auto-Union. The vehicle is in storage
Axel Recke, May 2012
RSO 01 – Artillerie Schule, Idar Oberstein (Germany)
Walter Schwabe, May 2014
RSO 01 – Auto + Technik Museum, Sinsheim (Germany)
Fahrgestellnumber 470.02 / 4574, built in 1942 by Auto-Union
Walter Schwabe, May 2014
RSO 01 – Auto + Technik Museum, Sinsheim (Germany)
Wolfgang Fleischer, November 2015
RSO 01 – August Horch Museum, Zwickau (Germany)
Falk Springer, August 2012
RSO 01 – Private Collection (Germany) – running condition
Walter Schwabe, October 2011
RSO 01 – Private Collection (Germany)
Fahrgestellnumber 470.02 / 00745, built by Auto-Union. This vehicle is currently being restored
Sander Degeling, July 2013
RSO 01 – Ardennes 44 Museum, Bras, Bastogne (Belgium)
The vehicle is on loan to the museum, and is owned by Mr.Leloup from the Overlord Museum in Colleville-sur-Mer
Fahrgestellnumber 470.02 / 3221 built by Auto-Union
Unknown source, picture provided by “Sander D”
RSO 01 – Private collection, Normandy (France)
This is one of the two RSO that belonged to the Musée de Clères in France
Pierre-Oliver Buan, November 2014
RSO 01 – ASPHM Association, La Wantzenau (France)
Fahrgestellnumber 470.01 / 7900, built in 1943 by Steyr-Daimler-Puch Aktiengesellschafft
Matthieu Dumias, September 2014
RSO 01 – Private Collection (France) – running condition
This is the second vehicle of the former Musée de Clères in Normandy.The vehicle is restored by Military Classic Vehicles in
Normandy . Fahrgestellnumber 470.02 / 2210 built by Auto-Union
Unknown Source
RSO 01 – Private Collection (Austria)
Fahrgestellnumber 470.02 / 02132, built by Auto-Union
Ilpo Ojanperä, June 2008
RSO 01 – Gold Village Museum, Tankavaara (Finland)
Jukka Koskinen, 2016
RSO 01 – Private Collection (Finland)
Pawel Lemaniak, July 2011
RSO 01 – Myślenice (Poland) – running condition
Fahrgestellnumber 470.02 / 5442, built by Auto-Union.
60 to 70% of the parts on this vehicle are original. The chassis, the two bridges, engine and gearbox, brakes and steering system,
tank, hook of guns are originals. Cabin and exhaust system are reproductions (Rafal Bialecki)
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RSO 01 – Private Collection (Poland)
This vehicles was previously part of the Becker Collection
http://picasaweb.google.com/gebinder01/MVPATopeka#5492708872579039698
RSO 01 – Bob Graebe Collection, IL (USA) – running condition
Fahrgestellnumber 470.02 / 4119, built in 1943 by Auto-Union
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RSO 01 – Private Collection (USA)
The vehicle comes from Sweden. Fahrgestellnumber 470.02 / 4406, built by Auto-Union
http://www.odkrywca.pl/forum_pics/picsforum21/254_1028854047.jpg
RSO 01 – Canadian War Museum, Ottawa (Canada)
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RSO 03 – Kevin Wheatcroft Collection (UK)
The vehicle is now in Luxemburg for restoration
Walter Schwabe, October 2014
RSO 03 – Militärhistorischen Museum der Bundeswehr, Dresden (Germany)
http://82ndairborneeto.forumactif.com/photos-et-comentaires-de-nos-sorties-2009-f6/collection-privee-a-ecaussine-t63.htm
RSO 03 – Private Museum, Eccaussines (Belgium)
Alf van Beem, February 2010 - http://www.military-vehicle-photos.com/picture/number1252.asp
RSO 03 – National Museum of Military History, Diekirch (Luxemburg)
This vehicle is rebuilt from a Waldschlepper
Pierre-Oliver Buan, November 2014
RSO 03 – ASPHM Association, La Wantzenau (France)
This is a former vehicle of the Victory Museum that was sold in the December 2012 auction
Chun-Iun-Hsu, July 2011
RSO 03 – National Armor and Cavalry Museum, Fort Benning, GA (USA)
Fahrgestellnumber 470.05 / 12848 D, built by Klöckner-Humbold-Deutz
The RSO was under restoration in the Patton Museum, but restoration stopped when moved to Fort Benning
Massimo Foti, August 2011
Raupenschlepper Gebirge – Heeresgeschichtliches Museum, Vienna (Austria)
Picture provided by the owner, May 2013
Raupenschlepper Gebirge – Private Collection, CA (USA)
This is a former vehicle of the Victory Museum that was sold in the December 2012 auction
Paul and Lorén Hannah, 2009 - http://afvagabond.smugmug.com/
RSO/PaK 40 – Private Collection (Ireland)
This is a former vehicle of the Victory Museum that was sold in the December 2012 auction
Fahrgestellnumber 470.05 / 8262 ,built by Klöckner-Humbold-Deutz
Walter Schwabe, July 2014
RSO/PaK 40 – Panzer Museum, Munster (Germany)
Walter Schwabe, May 2014
RSO/PaK 40 – Auto + Technik Museum, Sinsheim (Germany)
The PaK 40 gun is missing
Walter Schwabe, May 2014
RSO/PaK 40 – Militär und Zeitgeschichte Museum, Stammheim (Germany)
Walter Schwabe, May 2014
Deutz 1500 Waldschlepper – Technik Museum Speyer (Germany)
This civilian Half-Track, built in 1946-47, is based on a shortened RSO chassis
Mike Scheffler, 2010
Deutz 1500 Waldschlepper – Private Collection (Germany) – running condition
This civilian Half-Track, built in 1946-47, is based on a shortened RSO chassis
Mike Scheffler, 2010
Deutz 1500 Waldschlepper – Private Collection (Germany)
This civilian Half-Track, built in 1946-47, is based on a shortened RSO chassis
Unknown Source
Deutz 1500 Waldschlepper – Private Collection (Austria)
This civilian Half-Track, built in 1946-47, is based on a shortened RSO chassis
Sigve Amdal, April 2008
RSO 01 Chassis – Kongsberg (Norway)
Unknown Source
RSO 01 Chassis – Tellevik Kystfort (Norway)
Thomas Neumann, April 2012
RSO 01 Chassis – Rex and Rod Cadman Collection (UK)
Picture provided by the owner, july 2016
RSO 01 Chassis – Private Collection Collection (UK)
Walter Schwabe, October 2011
RSO 01 Chassis – Private Collection (Germany)
Fahrgestellnumber 470.01 / 0081, built by Steyr-Daimler-Puch
Unknown Source
RSO 01 Chassis – Somewhere in the woods of Bretagne/Britanny (France)
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RSO 01 Chassis – Private Collection (Czech Rep.)
Picture provided by the owner
RSO 01 Chassis – Private Collection (Estonia)
The owner is looking for some parts to start restoration
Fahrgestellnumber 470.05 / 515 B, built by Klöckner-Humbold-Deutz
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RSO 01 Project – Private Collection (Estonia)
Stano Lukac, 2015
RSO 01 Chassis – Private Collection (Slovakia)
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RSO 01 Chassis – Private Collection (Poland
Pierre-Oliver Buan, June 2014
RSO 01 tracks and roadwheels – Rex and Rod Cadman Collection (UK)
The chassis is not original (it is civilian-made), only the wheels and tracks come from a RSO
Picture provided by Hans Rinsma
RSO 01 – Unknown Location
Thomas Neumann, 2012
RSO 01 Chassis – Unknown Location
This chassis was for sale on ebay in the summer of 2012
I'm looking for photos of those vehicles :
RSO 01 – Kevin Wheatcroft ( second vehicle )
RSO 01 – Private Collection (Germany)
RSO 01 – Private Collection (Germany)
RSO 01 – Becker Collection (Belgium)
Any RSO that I forgot
This document is a synthesis of photos and information published on the web.
I would like to thank the people who took these photos and put them on their websites, or
sent them to me, and also those who helped me doing this list (particularly people of the
AFV News Discussion Board).
Very special thanks to Massimo Foti and Pierre-Olivier Buan.
For any question, you can email me at
[email protected]
Main page: http://the.shadock.free.fr/Surviving_Panzers.html

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